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Common WordPress Troubleshooting Techniques for Plugins, Themes, Databases, Email, Security and more

Want to learn WordPress Troubleshooting Techniques? This video will help you narrow down the cause of most WordPress website problems.
► 00:00 Intro to WordPress Troubleshooting Techniques
► 00:33 Password Troubleshooting
► 01:20 WordPress Debugging
► 01:45 Plugin Issues
► 02:08 Theme Issues
► 02:37 Database Issues
► 03:05 Email Issues
► 03:36 404 Errors, Redirect Problems, or URL Issues
► 04:13 Memory or PHP Errors
► 04:56 Brute Force Attacks
► 05:23 Conclusion
► 05:40 InMotion Hosting Outro

Read more in the full article:
►WordPress Troubleshooting Techniques –

Other articles mentioned in this video:
►How to Reset your WordPress Admin Password –
►Turning on WordPress Debugging –
►How to Update WordPress Plugins –
►How to Disable WordPress Plugins –
►How to Update a WordPress Theme –
►How to Change Your WordPress Theme –
►WordPress “Error Establishing a Database Connection” –
►How to Check and Repair a Database in phpMyAdmin –
►Learn How to Install and Use the WP Mail SMTP Plugin –
►View full summary of mail activity from the Exim mail log –
►How to Use the WP Mail Logging Plugin for WordPress –
►How to Reset WordPress Permalinks –
►Reset the .htaccess File to Troubleshoot WordPress PHP Errors –
►Fix WordPress Fatal error: Allowed memory size exhausted –
►How to Change PHP Settings in your Hosting Account –
►Changing your PHP Version in cPanel –
►How to Enable Brute Force Protection in Jetpack –
►Using Loginizer to Protect Against WordPress Brute Force Attacks –
►Preventing WordPress brute force attacks with iThemes Security –
►How to Install the Wordfence WordPress Security Plugin –
►WordPress wp-login.php Brute Force Attack –

Watch this related video:
►How to reset your WordPress Password in PHPmyAdmin –
►How to Enable WordPress Debugging –
►How to Disable Plugins in WordPress –
►How to Reset WordPress Permalinks –
►Working With php.ini Files –
►Changing Your PHP Version in cPanel using MultiPHP Manager –

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Mazi has nine years of web development experience with the past five years spent honing his skills with WordPress plugins and themes. He's an expert in WooCommerce and is the author of the Simple Sales Tax plugin, a popular sales tax compliance solution for WooCommerce. Brett understands the importance of excellent communication, prides himself on producing high-quality code, and is comfortable working solo or as part of a team.

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